Alan Jackson 2015 Keepin’ it Country Tour
12/23/14 - In the realm of country music, there are few who have surpassed the success of Alan Jackson. He is a singer, songwriter, guitar player, and in general, a really excellent musician. His career started in the late 1980s, and includes 35 number one hits on the Billboard charts. Jackson has sold over 80 million records worldwide, and has earned a spot as a member of the Grand Ole Opry. In his 25 year career, Jackson has released an impressive 15 studio albums. The singer is currently busy preparing for his upcoming Keepin’ it Country tour that will put him in front of adoring fans in over 20 US cities. The tour will kick off in Estero, Florida on January 8, 2015. Concertgoers can expect a great set list filled with many of his most popular tunes.
Alan Jackson is not only one of the most beloved country artists of all time, but he's flat-out one of the most cherished musicians in history. He joins an elite group of singer-songwriters, such as Paul McCartney and John Lennon, as those who have written over 20 of their recorded No. 1 songs. Though country music has been moving towards a rock-pop sound, Jackson has always maintained his honky tonk roots with hits "I'll Try," "Tall, Tall Trees" "Little Bitty" and "Right on the Money." Get Alan Jackson tickets today and sing along to the songs we all know and love from the legendary country star!
Alan Jackson will be headlining his own tour this year, as well as appearing in Arlington on 6/7 to honor George Strait for the farewell night of his Cowboy Rides Away Tour ($48 min.), alongside Eric Church, Martina McBride, Jason Aldean, Faith Hill and many more. Alan Jackson will be on the road with two dates in February, March and April, and three dates in August. The cheapest Alan Jackson ticket is offered on Feb 27 in Dodge City, KS for $49, while the most expensive get-in price falls on April 11 for his show in Biloxi, MS.
The Georgia native rose to popularity in the 1990s, with an astonishing 40 Top Ten hits (20 No. 1s) in the first 12 years of his career. The family man has numerous accolades, with Grammys, CMAs, ACMs and more across his decades of prolific work. Alan Jackson showed the world his crossover appeal when he released his first bluegrass album (aptly dubbed "The Bluegrass Album") which has reigned over the top of Billboard's Bluegrass Chart for an amazing four months. His latest work is highly acclaimed, and "reaffirms Alan Jackson as one of our living traditional songwriters."